Fall 2022 Repertory Dance Show
November 17 – 19, 2022 | 8:00 PM
Fei and Milton Wong Experimental Theatre – SFU Goldcorp Centre for the Arts, 149 West Hastings Street, Vancouver
Tickets: Students (with valid student ID) + Underemployed: $5 / SCA Alumni, Faculty, Staff + Seniors: $10 / General: $15


Refraction is an evening of short works by Vancouver-based choreographers Shion Skye Carter, Justine A. Chambers, Margarida Macieiera, and Erika Mitsuhashi, performed by 2nd to 4th year SCA dance students. Visual and sonic environments were devised for the work by Production & Design and Music & Sound students, under the mentorship of the SCA's Wladimiro Rodriguez and Stefan Maier.

Please arrive early as latecomers will not be admitted.

Warnings: Moments of intense loud sound and brief flashing lights


Tiffany Au, Abby Blanchard, Alexandra Clancy, Brittany Deboer, Natasha Denison, Brooklyn Fowler, Gabriela Galindo, Greer Harper, Ruby Henderson, Jaime Johnson, Olivia Johnson, Beatrice Keller, Carson Keller, Jessica Langelier, Nayha Lewis, Natalia Martineau, Quinn Muylaert, Polina Olshevska, Makena Ram, Charlotte Samuel, Krystsal Tsai, Lillian Wallman, Anna Wang-Albini, Myah McCarthy, Marin Smith, and Kaitlyn La Vigne.


Kinetic Glow

Choreography by: Shion Skye Carter, in collaboration with the dancers
Performed by: Tiffany Au, Abby Blanchard, Brooklyn Fowler, Greer Harper, Beatrice Keller, Jessica Langelier , Natalia Martineau, Quinn Muylaert, Makena Ram, Krystal Tsai, Lillian Wallman, Myah McCarthy, Marin Smith
Sound Composition by: Stefan Nazarevich

Kinetic Glow researches the ways in which light illuminates, refracts, and transforms a space in tandem with shapes, lines, rhythms, and patterns generated by moving bodies.

We shall drink the new wine

Choreography by: Erika Mitsuhashi
Performed by: Brittany Deboer, Natasha Denison, Gabriela Galindo. Ruby Henderson, Jaime Johnson, Olivia Johnson, Carson Keller, Nayha Lewis, Polina Olshevska, Charlotte Samuel, Anna Wang-Albini, Kaitlyn La Vigne
Sound composition by: Loose Truth & Aloe Vera by Jack Jutson
Projection Design: Irfan Brkovic

Something started loosely and with loose truth.
An exquisite corpse, a relay, a recursive string of emergent moments.
Action and idling, ways to keep going and ways of being together.
Impossibilities asking, how can we enter different planes of ourselves?

Dedicated to my friends and special dedication to my dear friend Mikey. Special thank you to Jack Jutson and Irfan Brkovic.

Movement Paragraphs

Choreography by: Margarida Macieira
Performed by: Tiffany Au, Abby Blanchard, Brooklyn Fowler, Greer Harper, Beatrice Keller, Jessica Langelier, Natalia Martineau, Quinn Muylaert, Makena Ram, Krystal Tsai, Lillian Wallman, Myah McCarthy, Marin Smith
Sound by: “Oliveirinha da Serra”, popular song; “Gerd”, by Jacob Kirkegaard, album Eldfjall; “Dawn”, by Garth Stevenson, album Flying; “Verdes Anos”, by Duo Raposo, album Traditional Works, composer Carlos Paredes; “Passed Me By”, by Andy Stott, album Passed Me By.

In collaboration with the dancers, Movement Paragraphs, represents a glimpse of research around Gregory Cajete´s knowledge from "Look to the Mountain" (1994): "Finding Face, Finding Heart and Finding Foundation." Weaving through long forgotten, and now revived, personal cultural elements of upbringing, the work represents the beginning of inquiry, and an invitation for curiosity.

To be great, be whole; exclude
Nothing, exaggerate nothing that is you.
Be whole in everything. Put all you are
Into the smallest thing you do.
So, in each lake the moon gleams with splendor,
Because it blooms up above.
– Poem by Fernando Pessoa, 1933

Thank you to my wonderful M.Ed family and to our guide Vicki Kelly for their inspiration and support throughout this artistic journey.

It was marvelous to be able to share my research with a group of intelligent and thriving students that were so generous to share their artistry within the work.

Always in admiration and gratitude for those that join us in our creation space: Alex Mah, Josh Cameron, Nicolas Ventura, Salome Nieto and Justine Chambers


Choreography by: Justine A. Chambers
Performed by: Brittany Deboer, Natasha Denison, Gabriela Galindo, Ruby Henderson, Jame Johnson, Olivia Johnson, Carson Keller, Nayha Lewis,
Polina Olshevska, Charlotte Samuel, Anna Wang-Albini, Kaitlyn La Vigne
Sound composition by: Jackson Adrian, Aidan Edwards, Vanessa Yuen, June Hsu w/ Stefan Maier
Costumes by: Justine A. Chambers and Steph Cyr. In collaboration with: Czarina Agustines, Goran Arenas, Stephen Hass, Hana Reichel, Maddy Woodley
Dramaturgical support: Shervin Zarkalam

Kaleidoscope-ing is an unfixed and real-time practice of relation. The perpetually transforming bodies of the performers, create multiple permutations of form and feeling as a communal action. In this structured improvisation, the shared vocabulary somatically echoes between their bodies. Togetherness and difference are simultaneously cultivated, inviting patterns and rhythms to emerge and dissolve.

"The we of the other -The other of us"
– L’intention poétique, Edouard Glissant

Thank you Kathy, Ghazal, Irfan, Taryn, Liz, Niloufar, Tung Pang, Abede, Niusha, and Kevin for our Wednesday morning conversations.


Justine Chambers – Artistic Director and Choreographer
Margarida Macieira – Choreographer
Erika Mitsuhashi  – Choreographer
Shion Sky Carter – Choreographer
Gillian Hanemayer – Production Manager
Wladimiro Woyno Rodriguez - P&D faculty/LX & Projection Designer
Stefan Maier - P&D faculty/Sound designer
Irfan Brkovic – Video Designer
Salome Nieto – Rehearsal Director & TA


Videography: Joey Malbon
Editing: Carson Keller



Justine A. Chambers is a dance artist living on the traditional and ancestral Coast Salish territories of the Sḵwx̱wú7mesh, Musqueam and Tsleil-Waututh Nations. Her practice considers choreography as an empathic practice rooted in collaborative creation, and the body as a site of a cumulative embodied archive. She is Max Tyler-Hite’s mother.

Margarida Macieira is a Portuguese freelance dance artist, certified Gaga teacher, educator, and event producer based in Vancouver, Canada. Since March 2018, in partnership with Nicolas Ventura, Margarida has been co-director and production manager of Addo Platform, developing dance workshops and regular classes in Vancouver, Toronto and Lisbon. Meanwhile, she is also creating her own work as a choreographer and collaborator and enjoys delving into multidisciplinary projects.  

Erika Mitsuhashi is a dance artist who’s practice spans disciplines. Using the body as a site for conceptual thematics including in-betweenness and intimacy. She often uses DIY performance tactics to observe what the materiality of bodies/spaces can reveal and brings her lived experience as a mixed-race settler to all of her works. Her projects have been presented nationally and internationally at PAUL Studios Berlin, Toronto Love-In, Surrey Art Gallery, Halifax’s Kinetic Studio, VIVO Media Arts, PushOFF and La Serre's OFFTA. She has ongoing collaborations with artists Alexa Mardon (Mardon + Mitsuhashi) and Francesca Frewer.

Shion Skye Carter (she/they) is a dance artist originally from Tajimi, Japan, who lives and works in so-called Vancouver, Canada. Through choreography hybridized with heritage artforms that interact with digital and sculptural objects, Shion’s work looks inward to the facets of her intersectional identity as a lens to process the world around her. She has performed her work across Canada, including presentations at The Dance Centre (Vancouver), Tangente (Montréal), Kinetic Studio (Halifax), and Art Gallery of Ontario (Toronto). She holds a BFA from Simon Fraser University, and is the 2022 recipient of the Iris Garland Emerging Choreographer Award.


Stefan Andrei Nazarevich (he/him) is an artist based in Vancouver, Canada, on the unceded, traditional territories of the Coast Salish peoples. His compositions, performances, and installations utilize meticulous, architectural music production, turning the emergent artifacts of failing technology into aesthetic sonic objects. His work has been presented at events such as Vancouver International Dance Festival (2019/2022), Vines Art Festival (2020), and the Darmstadt International Summer Course (2018, Germany). A frequent interdisciplinary collaborator, Stefan has been commissioned to compose for numerous dance artists, including Noam Gagnon (Vision Impure), Josh Beamish (MOVE The Company), Wen Wei Dance, and Ralph Escamillan (FakeKnot).

Aidan Edwards is a second-year music and sound major at SFU’s School for the Contemporary Arts. He most recently co-composed the sound and acted in the CA 470 production of Next Time I Die by Susanna Fournier and has been featured in the SCA’s Music and Sound Festival. He is increasingly working within a collaborative and interdisciplinary framework, looking to explore the artistic potential of sound within different contexts.

June Hsu is an artist, musician, and theatre production designer passionate in all aspects of sound, set, and video. In 2019, she graduated from the Douglas College Stagecraft and Event Technology program and is currently studying in Simon Fraser University in the Theatre Production and Design program. Born and raised in Vancouver, Canada –the unceded and stolen territories of the xwməθkwəy̓ əm (Musqueam), Skwxwú7mesh (Squamish), and Səl̓ ílwətaɬ (Tsleil-Waututh) Nations, June has been surrounded by the colourful sounds and sights from the cities to the mountains; sparking an interest in exploring the interrelations between sounds and their unique personalities.

Jack Adrian is a sound artist, multimedia author, and amateur philosopher currently living on the unceded and stolen land of the Sto:lo Kwikwetlem people. Primarily working in experimental electronic music, Jack is engaged in an ongoing practice of exploring digital media through the lens of her christian spiritualism. His aesthetic influences range widely from online collections of hiphop and dance music to deep internet grottoes of texture and noise.

Vanessa Lefan Yuen is a Taiwanese multidisciplinary artist currently majoring in Music and Sound at SFU's School of Contemporary Arts. Her work explores sound, movement, visual arts, poetry, and performance, finding ways they can intertwine and inform one another. She released her debut album "What Holds Us Together?" in April 2022 under her artist name Van Lefan.


Recipient of the 2017 Vancouver International Dance Festival Choreographic Award, Salome Nieto is an established dance artist renowned for her emotionally charged performances. Highly influenced by Butoh and Mexico’s surrealism, her transformative works explore themes of ritual and ceremony. As an interpreter, she has worked predominantly with Canada’s leading post-butoh company, Kokoro Dance, Donna Redlick Dance and Raven Spirit Dance. She currently holds the Fine & Performing Arts Programmer for Dance position at the Shadbolt Centre for the Arts. Nieto is also pursuing her MFA in Interdisciplinary Arts at Simon Fraser University. Salome Nieto’s work is created on the traditional, ancestral and unceded land of the Coast Salish peoples–Sḵwx̱wú7mesh (Squamish), Stó:lō and Səl̓ílwətaʔ/Selilwitulh (Tsleil-Waututh) and xʷməθkʷəy̓əm (Musqueam) Nations.


Steph Cyr is a freelance dance artist, undercover stylist and pro-amateur flower smeller, among other things. They are a queer settler who lives and works on unceded ḵwx̱wú7mesh (Squamish), Səl̓ílwətaʔ/Selilwitulh (Tsleil-Waututh) and xʷməθkʷəy̓əm (Musqueam) territory. They've been creating, performing and collaborating with fellow artists, performers, peers and friends within the local dance/arts community since 2015. For more of the scoop, go here:


Tiffany Au

Tiffany Au (she/her) is currently in her fourth year of study at Simon Fraser University’s School for the Contemporary Arts, with a major in dance as well as a minor in print and publishing. She is based on the unceded, ancestral and traditional territories of the the xʷməθkʷəy̓əm (Musqueam), Sḵwx̱wú7mesh (Squamish), and Sel̓íl̓witulh (Tsleil-Waututh) Nations, also known as Vancouver, BC. Tiffany is working on broadening her movement practice and looking to how she can discover the intersection between dance and design, with inspiration from the world around her."

Abby Blanchard

Abby Blanchard, originally from Prince Albert, Saskatchewan on Treaty 6 territory, is in her third year of the SFU Contemporary Arts dance program. She is currently working on implementing the various practices she is learning to discover her individuality as a dancer. Abby is extremely grateful to have worked with such an amazing team of artists and professionals through this production process. 

Brittany DeBoer

Brittany DeBoer was born and raised in the Okanagan Valley and is in her final year at SFU's School of Contemporary Arts. She works mainly with improvisational movement as she firmly believes that every dancer is best when they strive for honesty, rather than perfection.

Natasha Denison

Natasha Denison (she/they) is from the traditional territory of the Anishnabek, Huron-Wendat, Haudenosaunee, Oneida and Haudenosaunee people, also known as North Augusta Ontario. In her sixth year in the contemporary dance program, she is continuing to explore new and existing facets of her dance practice as well as choreography. She is also a visual artist, working with linocut printmaking, illustration, textiles, and painting.

Brooklyn Fowler

Brooklyn Fowler (she/her) was born and raised in Lethbridge, Alberta on the traditional lands of the Ktunaxa, Michif Piyii (Metis), Niitsítpiis-stahkoii (Blackfoot), Očhéthi Šakówin, and Tsuu T’ina. Brooklyn is an emerging dance artist and aspiring choreographer who is interested in expanding her choreographic process and learning how to navigate within the scope of the professional dance world.

Gabriela Galindo

Gabriela Galindo was born and raised in Tampico, Tamaulipas, Mexico and immigrated to the unceded territories of the Musqueam, Squamish, and Tsleil-Waututh Nations, otherwise known as Vancouver, British Columbia in 2014. Gabriela has experience in dancing and teaching various dance styles including jazz, acro dance, hip hop and lyrical, and has recently performed with Vancouver-based artists Sarah U and Kylah Powell earlier this year. She is currently a practicing dance artist in the School for the Contemporary Arts at SFU, where she pursues a BFA in Dance and a minor in Kinesiology. 

Greer Harper

Greer Harper is in her third-year in the dance program at SFU. She currently resides on the unceded traditional territories of the Semiahmoo, Katzie, Kwikwetlem, Kwantlen, Musqueam, Qayqayt, Tsleil Waututh and Tsawwassen First Nations, also known as Surrey, BC. Being able to perform is one of Greer's favorite parts of the dance program and she is feeling blessed to be able to work with the many talented artists of the Vancouver community. 

Ruby Henderson

Ruby Henderson was born and raised in Vancouver where she has been dancing since the early age of two. She has trained heavily in a multitude of styles throughout her years and is now focusing more specifically on ballet and contemporary here at SFU. Ruby is excited to continue on this path and see where dance takes her.    

Jaime Johnson

Jaime Johnson (she/her) is a third-year in SFU’s BFA dance program, raised on the traditional meeting grounds and homelands of the Cree, Saulteaux, Niisitapi (Blackfoot), Métis, Dene, and Nakota Sioux, commonly known as Edmonton, Alberta. She is currently interested in working with bodily sensations, human impulse, and somatic awareness in her dance/choreography journey. In the future she hopes to use her skills from SFU’s Dance program to choreograph and teach dance, as well as advocate for dancer’s physical and mental wellness.

Olivia Johnson

Olivia Johnson is a third-year student born on the traditional meeting grounds and homelands of the Cree, Saulteaux, Niisitapi (Blackfoot), Métis, Dene, and Nakota Sioux, in the place now commonly known as Edmonton. She is currently working on expanding her dance practice by immersing herself in various movement techniques. In the future, she hopes to continue performing and learning with embodied curiosity.

Beatrice Keller

Beatrice Keller is a third-year student at Simon Fraser University’s dance program! She resides on the traditional land of the Coast Salish peoples–Sḵwx̱wú7mesh (Squamish), Stó:lō and Səl̓ílwətaʔ/Selilwitulh (Tsleil-Waututh) and xʷməθkʷəy̓əm (Musqueam) Nations, commonly known as Vancouver, BC. This is her first-year preforming in the repertoire class performance, and she is super excited!

Carson Keller

Carson Keller was raised on the unceded territories of the Coast Salish people, including the Nooksack, Katzie, Kwantlen, Stó:lō, and Tsawwassen Nations. He is currently a fourth-year student at SFU’s Beedie School of Business and a practicing dance artist in both SFU's School of Contemporary Arts and the Vancouver dance industry. He is a strong advocate for mental wellness and inclusivity— both of which, bring a healthy focus to the emotional expression in his work.

Jessica Langelier

Jessica Langelier is a third-year dance major from Vancouver Island. Jessica’s passion is teaching and choreographing, and she travels back to Nanaimo on weekends to work at the studio she grew up in. Jessica has enjoyed the group collaborations in repertory and is honoured to be a part of this show.

Nayha Lewis

Nayha Lewis was born and raised in Vancouver, BC, and is currently in her second year of study at SFU as a dance major. Throughout her years of training, Nayha has studied various forms of dance, but in recent years has developed a strong passion for contemporary and ballet. Nayha is interested in constantly finding new ways to move and challenges both the extreme and the subtlety of movement, as well as enjoys finding a grounded sense of calmness by truly noticing and embracing the atmosphere, and allowing it to guide her movement.

Natalia Martineau

Natalia Martineau (she/her) is an emerging dance artist born and raised in Canmore, on the Indigenous homelands of the Stoney Nakoda, Tsuut’ina First Nation, and the Blackfoot Confederacy in the Treaty 7 region of southern Alberta. Pursuing her BFA in contemporary dance at Simon Fraser University’s School for the Contemporary Arts, Natalia is in the process of expanding the sensory and physical bounds of her dance practice. Interested in how thoughts, feelings, texts, sounds, and images can be converted into dance, Natalia hopes to investigate how the body can reveal inarticulable truths about identity. 

Quinn Muylaert

Quinn Muylaert (she/her) was raised in Port Perry, Ontario, on the traditional territory of the Mississaugas of Scugog Island First Nation. Quinn had dreams of becoming a dancer from a very young age and has carried this dream along with her since she began her practice at the age of 10. Quinn's current focus is to explore and absorb as many different movement qualities as possible, and ultimately, she hopes to be a part of a dance company to continue performing and sharing her love for the art for as long as her body will allow.

Polina Olshevska

Born and raised in the Treaty 7 region of Alberta, Polina Olshevska is a fourth-year contemporary dance major. Born into a family of dancers, Polina’s passion for dance stems from watching her mom perform, create, and teach Ukrainian dance. Most recently she performed with Bard on the Beach: A Midsummer Night's Dream. She is currently researching the relationship between music and dance and how the relationship between the two can be presented in performance.

Makena Ram

Makena Ram has been dancing from a very early age and trained pre-professionally in classical ballet with Goh Ballet Academy until 2019, where she then joined the Goh Ballet Youth Company. With an extensive background in performing arts through training, teaching, and choreographing for youth, SFU’s contemporary dance program is providing a new wealth of knowledge that can facilitate further opportunities. Makena is thrilled and grateful to be a part of this year’s repertoire class and has thoroughly enjoyed learning from her mentors and colleagues.

Charlotte Samuel

Charlotte Samuel is a contemporary dance artist and third-year BFA student at the SCA. Born and raised in Los Angeles, California, they found their love for movement and music at the age of four. They are filled with gratitude to have the freedom to explore and research movement alongside their inspiring peers and mentors.

Krystal Tsai

Krystal Tsai is a Vancouver-based emerging artist who was born and raised in Kaohsiung, Taiwan. During her continuous training and development, she focuses on her interests in improvisation and conceptual dance work. Hoping to contribute her movement language to the community."

Lillian Wallman

Lillian Wallman grew up in Port Alberni which lies within the traditional territories of the Hupacasath and Tseshaht Nations. She is a proud Metis artist and student who now gratefully practices and begins her professional career on the land of the Musqueam, Squamish, and Tseil-waututh First Nations. Lillian is a third-year dance student and is very honoured to participate in the repertory course for the first time this semester.

Anna Wang-Albini

Anna Wang-Albini is a fourth-year student attending SFUs School of Contemporary Arts working towards her BFA in dance. She feels extremely fortunate to have performed with amazing artists and companies including Tin Gamboa, Bard on the Beach, and Alberta Dance Theatre. Anna is looking to expand her knowledge of dance and choreography and is working towards developing a personal creative practice she can utilize wherever her craft may take her.

Myah McCarthy

Myah McCarthy is an artist residing on the stolen ancestorial territories of the xʷməθkʷəy̓əm (Musqueam), Sḵwx̱wú7mesh (Squamish), and səlilwətaɬ (Tsleil-Waututh) Nations, more commonly known as Vancouver, British Columbia. Before attending S.F.U. Myah danced with two companies, them being Lamondance in NothVancouver, B.C. and Royal Flux in Los Angeles, California. Myah is interested in approaching movement with presence and authenticity, while acknowledging the space in which she is located.

Marin Smith

Marin Smith was born and raised on Mi’kma’ki, the ancestral and unceded territory of the Mi’kmaq People, now commonly known as Fall River, Nova Scotia. She is a third-year dance major here at SFU. She is currently focused on exposing herself to many different experiences at SFU to broaden and strengthen her dancing and her knowledge of dance. 

Kaitlyn La Vigne

Kaitlyn La Vigne (she/her) was born in Vancouver and raised in Surrey, British Columbia, on the traditional territories of the Semiahmoo, Katzie, Kwikwetlem, Kwantlen, Qayqayt and Tsawwassen First Nations. Kaitlyn continues to explore and find curiosity in her own movement practice and choreographic work as she moves through SFU’s dance program. Kaitlyn aspires to take her work and appreciation for movement into more therapeutic practices within her community.


Colleen Bayati is a third-year SFU Theatre and Production student. She has helped with various SFU school productions such as Blackbox and Capstone and worked in productions in her local community. As she continues to expand her skill set in further studies, she aspires to create work that touches hearts everywhere.

Brianna Bernard is an undergraduate student in the Theatre Production & Design stream. She spends her time exploring both the design and production management aspects of art and theatre. Originally born and raised in Jamaica, Brianna now works, creates and resides on the stolen lands of the Coast Salish peoples of the xʷməθkwəy̓əm (Musqueam), skwxwú7mesh (Squamish), and səl̓ílwətaɬ (Tsleil-Waututh), Semiahmoo, sq̓əc̓iy̓aɁɬ təməxʷ (Katzie), kʷikʷəƛ̓əm (Kwikwetlem), qʼʷa:n̓ƛʼən̓ (Kwantlen), qiqéyt (Qayqayt) and sc̓əwaθən məsteyəxʷ (Tsawwassen) Nations. Outside of theatre, Brianna takes interest in film and photography.

June Hsu is an artist, musician, and theatre production designer passionate in all aspects of sound, set, and video. In 2019, she graduated from the Douglas College Stagecraft and Event Technology program and is currently studying in Simon Fraser University in the Theatre Production and Design program. Born and raised in Vancouver, Canada –the unceded and stolen territories of the xwməθkwəy̓ əm (Musqueam), Skwxwú7mesh (Squamish), and Səl̓ ílwətaɬ (Tsleil-Waututh) Nations, June has been surrounded by the colourful sounds and sights from the cities to the mountains; sparking an interest in exploring the interrelations between sounds and their unique personalities.

Gabriella (Zhaoxuan) Hu is an 4th year undergraduate student who major in Theatre Production& Design and more focus on stage management and lighting designer. She comes from China and sharing the mixed and grey zone as an artist. Stand on the stage from dancing to producing strong and passionate for the past five years. She believes that art has no regions and boundaries, and the combination of all art forms is desirable.

Kezi Jacob is a theatre production & design student at SFU. Raised by artists in Kingston, Ontario, she has been involved in the art world since childhood. Kezi considers herself a “backstage artist” and intends to continue working to produce theatre, music and visual art events.

Yvonne Liang is from China. She came to Vancouver four years ago and is a fourth-year theatre production student at SFU. She likes traditional Chinese cultural elements, and because she lives in a culturally diverse country, she would like to do something innovative. She feels that inspiration doesn't come out of anywhere, but it's a sudden opportunity in your subconscious after a long time of accumulation.

Bernice Paet (she/her) is an interdisciplinary artist interested in portraying and exploring the complex web of human relations in her performance, designs, and installation works. Growing up on the unceded territories of the Coast Salish peoples of the xʷməθkwəy̓əm (Musqueam), Skwxwú7mesh (Squamish) and Səl̓ílwətaɬ (Tsleil-Waututh) Nations, Bernice has always been passionate in different areas of fine arts and is now a fourth-year student majoring in Theatre Production and Design at Simon Fraser University. There, she has stage managed for Ascension 2021 and LIVE ACTS Vol.1 and is delighted to be stage managing for Refraction! 

Jammi Sze, a third-year Theatre Production and Design student, was born and raised in vibrant Hong Kong with a diverse modern cityscape. Filled with curiosity, she is passionate about exploring the “unknown” through visual art forms such as graphic design, photography and installations to make an impact. “In art, the hand can never execute anything higher than the heart can imagine.” – Ralph Waldo Emerson.

Zhengyi Wu (Joy), is a third-year SFU student majoring in Theatre Production and design. She was born and raised in Changsha, Hunan province, China. Joy works in lighting and stage management, and she endeavors to improve her ability and knowledge in both fields. Additionally, she is currently doing research into voice over and emotional expression. In the future, she wants to be a part of teams of creators making great shows throughout the world.

November 19, 2022